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Big Tech is bracing for a tumultuous week marked by quarterly results likely to show resilience despite the pandemic, and fresh attacks from lawmakers ahead of the Nov 3 election.
This year has taught us a lot of things, but here is one major 2020 lesson: Tech skills are a virtual necessity.
TikTok influencers say they think the president’s position on TikTok will not stand; that other US institutions will protect the platform where they feel most free to express their opinions.
Growing up, Naseem Badar heard stories from her parents, uncles and aunts of how they fled for their lives from their village in northern India amidst bloody riots during the Partition and made their way to the newly created country of Pakistan.
TikTok – a video sharing app for a generation that keeps little to itself – is inspiring ardent loyalty from users who say its dance videos and candid expressions of teen reality help them feel connected during the socially limiting coronavirus pandemic.
Social media platforms are in the spotlight again, as they struggle to contain the spread of disturbing content on their network.
Since short-form video took the world by storm, ByteDance Inc’s TikTok has begun nibbling away at Instagram’s dominance.
It’s looking increasingly likely that TikTok won’t be able to sell its US operations by the mid-September deadline imposed in an executive order issued by US President Donald Trump last month. That doesn’t mean the video app beloved by tens of millions of teens will go dark overnight.
Chinese Internet giant ByteDance is in talks with the United States about ways it might avoid having to sell its TikTok operations in the United States.
TikTok, the app with an uncertain future owned by China’s ByteDance Ltd, has been building a vocal contingent of young supporters in the United States.